Engineering Law Applied to Highway Drainage

by R. Robinson Rowe,

Serial Information: Journal of the Highway Division, 1959, Vol. 85, Issue 4, Pg. 23-36

Document Type: Journal Paper


Engineering law is defined as the working knowledge of law which the engineer should apply with confidence in his regular practice. Applications to highway drainage are exemplified after introductory definitions of legal terminology. Although some reference is made to California statutes, basic problems depend on widely applicable common law.

Subject Headings: Laws | Highway engineering | Drainage | Terminology and definition | Highways and roads | California | United States

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